A Solo Exhibition by Pande I Made Dwi Artha
TiTian Art Space, 2 Sep – 15 Oct 2017

Pande I Made Dwi Artha (b. 1998) is a young Batuan artist with an acute sense of the socio-political environment and its impact on him and his fellow Balinese and Indonesians.


A Solo Exhibition by I Wayan Aris Sarmanta
TiTian Art Space, 13 May – 15 July 2017

I Wayan Aris Sarmanta (b. 1995) was the youngest finalist in the 2017 TiTian Prize. REBIRTH present his solo debut. It celebrates the newest chapter within the Batuan School traditional since its major shift in 1930s.

TiTian Prize 2017

Visual Art Competition
Open to all BALINESE visual artists
(Painting, sculpture, installation, photography, etc)

Application and Work of Art must be received by 31 desember 2016

Nine finalists and the Winner of the 2017 Titian PRIZE will be announced on 29 januari 2017

Balinese Landscapes – Willem Kerseboom

Date: 29 October 2016 – 07 January 2017
Time: 9.00 – 17.00
Location: Titian Art Space
Jl. Bisma No: 88 Ubud

Willem Kerseboom had no intention of living in Bali when he first visited six years ago. Bali, however, is an intriguing, multi dimensional world. He became seduced by the distinctive qualities of the island, it’s culture, and the beauty of the local people. “I fully understand what the painters Bonnet, Hofker and Spies appreciated about Bali. Only here can these influences be absorbed,” Kerseboom said.

Inhale – Exhale

Date: 6 August – 15 October 2016
Location: Titian Art Space
Jl. Bisma No: 88 Ubud

Bruce Granquist is a native of Saint Paul, Minnesota and has been in Indonesia for over three decades. He is also the author of Inventing Art: The Painting of Batuan Bali (2012). In this exhibition, entitled Inhale – Exhale, Granquist juxtaposes his works as an illustrator and as an abstract painter in a duality (Inhale and Exhale) of a single artistic creation process.

Traces Under the Surface

Date: 3 June – 31 July 2016
Location: Titian Art Space
Jl. Bisma No: 88 Ubud

Breaking away from tradition and being unique is the trademark of I Nyoman Ngendon, one of the major artists from the village of Batuan, 10 miles south of Ubud. Ngendon was a multi talented artist, a freedom fighter and probably the first art entrepreneur in the 1930s. Ngendon believed in sharing his painting techniques but vehimantly persuaded his students to break away from tradition and become art innovators themselves, and create a style of their own.

Pricing your artwork

You are cordially invited to attend a workshop designed for emerging artists on pricing their artwork.

Workshop: “Pricing your artwork”
Speaker: Mr. Soemantri Widagdo
Date: Sunday, 10 April 2016
Time: 11:00 – Noon
Place: Titian Art Space, Jl. Bisma 88, Ubud

Please RSVP by Saturday via SMS or WHATSAPP at 0822-14-400-200

The Art of Opposites

Event date: 29 Jan 2016, 6pm – 9pm
Location: Bentara Budaya Bali

One of the most mysterious and intriguing aspects of Balinese philosophy is Rwa Bhineda. This loosely translates as dualism as it pertains to the belief that all life depends on a balance between opposite forces. These opposites-in-balance are not strictly considered good or bad, nor is one supposed to defeat the other.